Japan Trains

Japan Trains


Japan Trains is the first application for Android in Romaji that allows us to find train routes and schedules in Japan, in the vein of: Hyperdia, Jorudan...

If you cannot find desired station, you can use % character as wildcard. For example: AZA%BAN will display AZABU-JUBAN station. SHIN%KOBE will display SHIN-KOBE...

Important: Hyperdia has changed stations names, so it is necessary to upgrade. No support will be given unless you upgrade the application to the latest version.

Recent changes:
- New database.
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About Japan Trains
Japan Trains is the first application for Android in Romaji that allows us to find train routes and schedules in Japan, in the vein of: Hyperdia, Jorudan...

If you cannot find desired station, you can use % character as wildcard. For example: AZA%BAN will display AZABU-JUBAN station. SHIN%KOBE will display SHIN-KOBE...

Important: Hyperdia has changed stations names, so it is necessary to upgrade. No support will be given unless you upgrade the application to the latest version.

Recent changes:
- New database.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
5 days ago
The app works really well. Very straight forward and helps plan your route fairly well. However, it requires an internet connection in order to work which essentially makes it useless when I need it most. If I have an internet connection, I can just look up the route on Google Maps. This app needs offline support in order to actually be useful.
A Google User
Jun 22, 2015
Handy with JR PASS Great tool to use with you japan rail pass to get around Japan
A Google User
Jun 20, 2015
A must have Don't visit Japan with out it!
A Google User
Jun 14, 2015
Very good Great app. Works fine. Thank you.
A Google User
May 31, 2015
Works well, strange button/UI Finally, yes. It all works fine even on tablets. The context menu is hidden behind the search/magnifying glass tab. The Dev calls it the "active tab" or "white tab". Counterintuitive this is. Suggestion: including "Next train" and "Prior train" buttons would be helpful.
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